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ILTS Social Science - History (246): Test Practice and Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1.

A teacher is explaining policies associated with the Vietnam War. One such policy involved a concept known as Vietnamization. Which of the answers show how the teacher should explain the failed policy of Vietnamization?

Question 2 2.

Who was the first governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony?

Question 3 3.

In the 17th and 18th centuries, Europeans colonized various island regions in the Caribbean. Natives of these region spoke their own languages. What is exemplified by the natives eventually incorporating various European languages, like English and French, into their own languages, resulting in the development of the Creole language?

Question 4 4.

Students are introduced to mercantilism and have to write a research paper associated with this and the effects thereof. Their topics have been approved and their research has been completed. They have to write a literature review. What should this entail?

Question 5 5.

The Vikings used longships to traverse the waters and raid coastline towns and villages. What social system developed as a way to help to protect communities from the Vikings in the early Middle Ages?

Question 6 6.

Students are preparing to write a research paper. They are learning about writing an effective hypothesis. What must their hypotheses focus on to ensure that it is not invalid?

Question 7 7. Noam Chomsky's nativist views persisted that language acquisition is innate and based on instinct. Which of the following statements aligns most with Chomsky's views?

Question 8 8.

The Federal Emergency Relief Act, which created the Civil Works Administration, was the result of what president and policy?

Question 9 9. A historian is evaluating the impacts that European colonialism had on African countries and develops a cultural perspective. Which of the following most accurately pairs a cultural perception with the historian's views?

Question 10 10.

Students are learning about how the Constitution was formed and the various agreements therein. They recognize that the founders agreed upon developing a bicameral legislature. A student questions how the Founders ultimately decided on each state being represented in the House based on population and each state being represented equally (two members) in the Senate. How should the teacher respond?

Question 11 11.

What does judicial review allow the Supreme Court to do?

Question 12 12.

Which conquistador is credited with toppling the Incan Empire?

Question 13 13.

In a lesson associated with events leading up to the Civil War, students learn about Bleeding Kansas, which was the result of tension associated with the 1854 Kansas-Nebraska Act. What should students recognize about the Kansas-Nebraska Act?

Question 14 14.

What event led to Islam splitting into two factions: Sunni and Shia?

Question 15 15.

Which of the following groups was established to help migrant Mexican laborers?

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ILTS Social Science - History (246): Test Practice and Study Guide Final Free Practice Test Instructions

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